Monthly Archives: September 2018

“Exonerated” Jerry Yeke Returns To The Whistle

Liberia Deputy Chief Football Referee Jerry Yeke has resumed officiating games in Liberia after he was acquitted by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) from any wrongdoing in the Anas A. Anas film. Jerry Yeke returned to the match action five days after his provisional suspension from Caf was lifted by Caf. Yeke officiated the Liberia Football Association Special Knockout

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“Disability Is Not Inability”-Says Bong County Disable President

The President of the Bong County Disabled Association (BOCDA), Madam Korto G. Kollie has vehemently called on local government and the National government not to take disables People as an inability in society. According to the Bong County Disable boss, disability is not an inability, because it is only a portion of their body that is not functioning, adding ‘a

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“President Weah Is Responsible For Missing Money Containers” Representative Kolubah Asserts

Montserrado County District #10 Representative, Yekeh Y. Kolubah has blamed President George Manneh Weah for the missing of money containers at the Freeport of Monrovia and the Robert’s International Airport (RIA). Speaking to journalists in Monrovia Wednesday, September 19, 2018, Representative Kolubah claimed that the president is in the full knowledge about the missing money containers and is calling on

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Zarwolo Foundation Graduates 25 In Driving

The Zarwolo Foundation in Gbarnga has graduated twenty-five students from its fourth cycle Driving School program in Bong County. Zarwolo Foundation is a humanitarian Organization established in September 2016 by a Gbarnga Business Man now turned Politician Orando Zarwolo based in Bong County with the aim of providing training for Citizens in the County. According to the Founder Mr. Orando

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“UNDP Remains A Reliable, Transparent And Accountable Partner”- Says Country Director

The Country Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) says the Organization is continuously striving to remain a reliable, transparent and accountable partner to the Government and people of Liberia. Dr. Pa Lamin Beyai said these and many other factors have kept UNDP on top of the Aid Transparency index for most of the past five years. He was

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